BBC World Service just announced that Polaroid is cutting out production of instant films. they ran a short piece on how instant has been in decline since the advent of digital cameras. However, I just visited the Polaroid web site and I do not find a Press release about it. So who to believe, Polaroid, or the BBC? I'll fully admit to not using instant films for previews. For what I shoot, I feel I have enough visualization skills to take a chance on a few sheets of film. But, I don't have thousands of dollars in advertising on the line when I snap the shutter either.